These days, you can buy a low-cost Windows 10 laptop with as little as 32GB of internal storage. Fortunately, large games and other apps from the Windows Store don’t have to take up precious storage space on your computer. With Windows 10 you can install apps to a separate drive, such as an SD card or USB Flash drive. Here’s how to install or move Windows apps to a different drive.
How to Make Windows Install Apps to an SD Drive or Other Drive
In the steps below, we’ll change where any new apps you install will be saved.
1. Insert an SD card, USB drive, or other external storage device that will be your new default location for installed apps.
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